Worried about the effect of the new Wisconsin Voter ID law requiring voters to show a photo ID, the La Crosse County (WI) League of Women Voters just started a 4-day education campaign to teach voters about the new law. The County Clerk noted: "We're doing these sessions to give people the information they need on how to obtain photo I.D. and what will be valid so they can go vote at the polls at the elections this year." The meetings began January 10 all across the county. Jane Klekamp, director of the La Crosse County League, said getting every eligible voter ready for voting under the new law is not easy: "We don't know who is unaware of law." It’s been noted that the elderly, who no longer drive, and voters without a Wisconsin identification (out-of-state IDs are not acceptable) are the target group. Media reports here and here.